clanked


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clanked

slang Very tired or exhausted. Sorry I canceled on you last night—I was totally clanked after a long day at the office.

clanked

mod. exhausted; pooped. I’m really clanked, man. Gotta take a rest.
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ago British Rail puffed clanked Tyneside Wearside Ermel The speed-up of trains over the years has been remarkable.
2 : to move with a clank <The old pickup clanked down the road.>
THE Knights of the Old Republic clanked on to the Star Wars scene in 2003, delivering a nice, open-ended story, a good combat system and a lengthy, replayable quest.
Spiked belts clanked against precariously placed buttons and cig smoke floated as everyone chattered about their favorite parts and plans for the rest of the night.--MB
Centurion Alex Davidson, from the re-enactment group XIII Geminae Legion, clanked into the Little Elborow Street venue on Thursday afternoon for one of his regular Roman activity days.
The trumpets blared, the man in the leopard-skin apron whacked out the booming rhythm on the big drum, and the vanquished clanked in irons in the middle of the procession.
Massive and not so massive pieces of machinery whirred and rattled and clanked, processors blinked and automated video presentations told and retold messages of product design, development and benefits.